EASIEST FRENCH Series of Books
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In the Easiest French book, you will begin to find out how much you know about French just because you know English.
Next you may want to go on to find out all the other things you know about French just because you know English – in the other EASIEST FRENCH Books in the Series.
With this Easiest French Series of books, you will see how very easy it can be to get ready to travel in France, or begin learning French.
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